Source: US Congressional Record
[Congressional Record Volume 167, Number 54 (Tuesday, March 23, 2021)]
[Extensions of Remarks]
From the Congressional Record Online through the Government Publishing Office [www.gpo.gov]
IN REMEMBRANCE OF THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BENGALI HINDU GENOCIDE
Remembering those lost and celebrating the survivors of the 1971 Bengali Hindu genocide is an important step in creating peace and securing justice for the disenfranchised communities in Bangladesh and Pakistan.
Recognizing genocides of the past are essential to preventing violence now and in the future.
By acknowledging the prejudices that have led to genocide and other…
Genocide Watch has recognized the crimes committed by the Pakistani forces during Bangladesh's Liberation War in 1971 as genocide.
Source: Genocide Watch
Download full report at Genocide Watch Declaration on 50th Anniversary of the Bangladesh Genocide 2021
Declaration in Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Bangladesh Genocide
Pakistan's crimes during the 1971 Bangladesh Liberation War
included Genocide, Crimes…
The us-based Lemkin Institute that works on the prevention of genocide calls upon the international community, including the United Nations, to urgently recognize the Bengali genocide as a way to pay tribute to the victims and to hold perpetrators accountable.
Source: Lemkin Institute
Statement from Lemkin Institute
Download full report at Statement on Bangladesh Genocide - Lemkin…
3 million people killed an d 400 thousands of Hindu women and girl gang raped in the Bangladesh Genocide of 1971